Steve Jobs responded to a MacBook Pro user’s email: Check details here

In 2008, the co-founder of Apple Inc. and the big time American entrepreneur Steve Jobs responded to a Mac owner’s email in a realistic manner. Let’s see what happened here.

In March 2008, a MacBook Pro user wrote an email to Steve Jobs. The user also tried to discuss problems of Apple Care. After making a few calls to the company, the user received some response. The user’s MacBook Pro sustained water damage. The user also accepted the fault was completely theirs. However, the user was trying to look at fixing this issue. Fixing the issue was costing up to $ 3oo for this user. The whole experience of the user was ruined.

Surprisingly, Steve Jobs responded to this user’s email. He mentioned that the MacBook Pro machines do not like water. And he also added that this is what happens to a MacBook Pro when it sustains water damage. He also targeted this statement at the user stating that the user was looking for someone to get mad at other than the user. It seemed like a troll. This was more of some angry sarcasm from the Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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